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WBSCTE

Diploma in Electronics & Tele Communication Engg.


PART III
1st Semester
FINAL DRAFT FOR
CURRICULAR STRUCTURE
AND SYLLABI OF
FULL-TIME DIPLOMA COURSES IN
ENGINEERING & TECHNOLOGY

WEST BENGAL STATE COUNCIL OF TECHNICAL EDUCATION


(A Statutory Body under West Bengal Act XXI of 1995) Kolkata Karigori Bhavan, 2nd Floor, 110 S. N. Banerjee Road,
Kolkata 700013

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Diploma in Electronics & Tele Communication Engg.

Further suggestion may be submitted to the syllabus committee. List of the


coordinators for the branch of Diploma in Electronics & Tele Communication
Engineering are:

 Sri Sandip Kundu

Tele: 03322277590

 Dr. Bijita Biswas

Mobile:9830272981

 Dr. Marina Dan

Mobile:9831115387

 Dr. Susmita Sen

Mobile:9433772629

 Sri Anup Sarkar

Mobile:9433521132

 Sri Ashim Kumar Manna

Mobile:8902701784

ashimmanna@rediffmail.com

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WEST BENGAL STATE COUNCIL OF TECHNICAL EDUCATION
TEACHING AND EXAMINATION SCHEME FOR DIPLOMA IN ENGINEERING COURSES

COURSE NAME:

FULL TIME DIPLOMA IN ELECTRONICS & TELECOMMUNICATION ENGINEERING

DURATION OF COURSE: 6 SEMESTERS


SEMESTER: FIFTH
BRANCH: ELECTRONICS & TELECOMMUNICATION ENGINEERING
SR.

SUBJECT

CREDITS

NO.

1.

PERIODS
L

Digital and Microwave


Communication Engg.

TU

EVALUATION SCHEME
INTERNAL

PR

SCHEME
TA

CT

Total

ESE

PR

@TW

Total
Marks

.-

10

20

30

70

100

2.

Electronics Measurement

10

20

30

70

100

3.

Industrial Electronics-I

10

15

35

50

10

20

30

70

100

10

15

35

50

75

75

75

75

75

75

75

75

50

50

100

100

50

50

25

15

16

40

80

120

280

450

50

900

4.
5.

Microcontroller & Embedded


System
Elective-I ( Select any one)
Computer Network-I
Medical Electronics-I
Digital Signal Processing-I
Computer Hardware
Maintenance-I

6.

Digital and Microwave


Communication Engg.
Laboratory

7.

Electronics Measurement
Laboratory

8.

Industrial Electronics-I
Laboratory

9.

Microcontroller and
Embedded system Lab

10.

Elective- I Laboratory

11.

Industrial Project &


Entrepreneurship
Development

12.

Professional Practice III


Total

STUDENT CONTACT HOURS PER WEEK:33 hrs, (Teaching-15 weeks + Internal Exam-2 weeks )
THEORY AND PRACTICAL PERIODS OF 60 MINUTES EACH
ABBREVIATIONS: L- Lecture, TU- Tutorials, PR- Practical, TA- Teachers Assessment, CT- Class Test, ESE- End
Semester Exam, TW-Term Work
TA (Teachers assessment) = 10 marks: Attendance & surprise quizzes = 5 marks and Assignment & group discussion = 5 marks
for CT= 20 Marks.

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TA (Teachers assessment) = 5 marks: Attendance & surprise quizzes + Assignment & group discussion = 5 marks

for CT = 10

Marks.
Total Marks : 900
Minimum passing for Sessional marks is 40%, and for theory subject 40%.
Assessment of Practical, Oral & term work to be done as per the prevailing norms of curriculum implementation & assessment.
Name of the course: Digital and Microwave Communication Engg.
Course Code: ETCE/ DMCE /S5

Semester: Fifth

Duration: One Semester (Teaching - 15 weeks +

Maximum Marks: 100 Marks

Internal Exam-2 weeks )


Teaching Scheme:

Examination Scheme

Theory: 4 contact hrs./ week

Class Test (Internal Examination): 20 Marks

Tutorial: 1 contact hrs./ week

Teachers Assessment (Attendance, Assignment & interaction): 10 Marks

Practical: 3 contact hours/ week

End Semester Examination: 70 Marks

Credit: 5 ( Five )

Practical: 75 Marks

Rationale:
Long range communication systems and its applications have always been the consideration for technocrats since many
years. This has led the development of Digital, microwave and RADAR communication. Communication system of this kind will
help in transmission of increase data rate so that more information could be sent or increase transmission distance by incorporating
relay stations a microwave links.
As a result & accelerating rate of growth of communication technology in research and industry students who are
preparing themselves for electronics engineers and who are working in these area are faced with the need to understand the
theoretical and experimental design and analysis
This course is continuation of the one titled ELEMENTARY COMMUNICATION ENGINEERING, offered in Part II
Second Semester. After completion of this course, the students will be able to get some idea about modern digital communication
techniques like multiplexing, ASK, FSK, PSK etc. They will also know the basics of radar system, microwave amplifiers and
antenna and wave guides.
Objectives:
The student will be able to:


Understand digital communication like multiplexing techniques, ASK, PSK, FSK

Acquire knowledge on propagation of EM waves

Learn different microwave amplifiers , their applications and EMI, EMCs

Understand

Gain comprehensive knowledge on antenna

the concept of RADAR, MTIs and ILS systems


Content (Name of topic)

Periods

Group-A
Unit 1

MULTIPLEXING
1.1 IDEA of multiplexing and its necessity.
1.2 TYPES of multiplexing: TDM and FDM
1.3 TDM: Principles of time division multiplexing and synchronization in a digital
Communication system.
1.4 PCM TDM in modern applications ( plesiochronous digital hierarchy and
Synchronous digital hierarchy).
1.5 Frequency Division Multiplexing with practical examples, phase locked loop.

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1.6 Merits and demerits of TDM and FDM.


Unit 2

RF MODULATION FOR BASE BAND SIGNAL

2.1 Concepts of binary modulation techniques.


2.2 Principles of amplitude shift keying, frequency shift keying and phase shift keying.
2.3 Comparison between ASK, FSK and PSK.
2.4 Basic idea of QPSK and QAM
Unit 3

PERFORMANCE & TESTING OF DIGITAL COMMUNICATION LINK

3.1 INFORMATION THEORY: Relationship between data speed and channel bandwidth
Shannon-Hartley theorem Theory of line coding.
3.2 Error Correction Techniques: Parity checking and cyclic redundancy check.
3.3 Brief description of inter-symbolic interference and interpretation of eye pattern.
Group B
Unit 4

PROPAGATION OF WAVES
4.1 Elementary concepts about propagation of waves.
4.2

Propagation of ground wave, space wave and sky wave.

4.3 Iono-spheric layers Skip distance Plasma frequency Critical frequency MUF
Virtual heightMultihop and duct propagation
Unit 5

RADAR SYSTEMS
5.1 Block schematic description of simple radar system Plan position indicator,
frequency and power range of radar system Operation of duplexer RADAR
range equation.
5.2 Block schematic description of pulsed radar system and moving target indicator
including Doppler Effect, blind speed
Group C

Unit 6

Microwave Amplifier

12

6.1 Problems associated with conventional tubes at microwave frequency.


6.2 Basic idea of amplification with velocity and density modulation in case of
MULTI-CAVITY KLYSTRON, REFLEX KLYSTRON AND TRAVELLING WAVE TUBE Their
efficiency, power output & frequency range of operation (no deduction) Field of
applications.
6.3 General features of GUNN diode and IMPATT diode their field of applications,
Electromagnetic Interference, its effect and necessary measures for Electromagnetic
Compatibility (EMC)
Unit 7

Antenna and Waveguide

12

7.1 BASIC PRINCIPLES of antenna Different types of antenna: Dipole antenna Half
wave and folded, microwave antenna Horn antenna, parabolic antenna Dish
antenna
7.2 PROPERTIES of antenna: Gain Bandwidth Beam Width Impedance Radiation
Pattern.
7.3 ANTENNA ARRAYS: general idea of antenna array Yagi Uda Antenna.
7.4 WAVE GUIDES: Rectangular Circular Wave Guide, Modes of propagatioin in TE,
TM amd TEM..
7.5 MICROWAVE COMPONENTS: Directional Coupler Attenuator Isolator Circulator
TOTAL

60

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Contents Practical

Skills to be developed: On satisfactory completion of the course, the students should be in a position to design few
fundamental networks.
List of Practical: Any EIGHT
Suggested List of Laboratory Experiments
Sl. No.
1.

Study of PCM transmission and reconstruction:


(a) To study the TDM and sampling of analog signal and its PCM form in the transmitter and the
demultiplexing and reconstruction at the receiver section; and,
(b) to study the AD and DA conversion.

2.

To study the radiation patterns and to obtain polar plots of :


(a)

, , 3/2

and folded

dipole antenna;

(b) 3-element, 5-element, 7-element and 3-element folded yagi-uda antenna;


(c) loop and log periodic antenna; horn antenna
3.

Study of the microwave components :


(a) to study the following parameters of multi-hole directional coupler-mainline and auxiliary line
VSWR, coupling factor and the directivity of the coupler;
(b)

to study: magic tee, isolator and attenuator

4.

To study the V-I characteristic of Gunn Diode.

5.

To study the working of Reflex / Multi-Cavity Klystron

6.

To study the generation and detection of ASK.

7.

To study the generation and detection of FSK

8.

To study the generation and detection of PSK

9.

To be familiar with rectangular and circular wave guide.

10.

To study the working of Travelling Wave Tube.

Examination scheme (Theoretical):


A). Internal Examination: Marks- 20

C)

B). End Semester Examination: Marks-70

Teachers Assessment: Marks- 10


(i) Marks on Attendance: Marks-05
(ii) Assignments & Interaction: Marks- 05

Group

Unit

Objective questions

Total Marks

Note: 10 multiple choice and 5 short answer type questions


To be set Multiple

To be answered

Choice

Marks

per

question

( Twelve questions)
A

1,2,3

4,5

6,7

3
To be set short answer type

Any ten
To be answered

( Ten questions)
A

1,2,3

4,5

1
Marks

10 X 1 = 10
per

question
Any five

5x2=10

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C
Group

6,7

Unit

Subjective Questions
To be set

To be answered

( Ten questions)

Total Marks
Marks

per

question

1,2,3

Any five ( Taking at least one

4,5

from each group)

6,7

10

10 X 5 = 50

Note 1 : Teachers assessment will be based on performance on given assignments & quizzes.
Note 2 : Assignments may be given on all the topics covered on the syllabus.
Sl. No.

Name of the Author

Title of the Book

Name of the Publisher

1.

Kennedy

Electronic Communication System

Tata McGraw-Hill

2.

Chandrasekhar

Communication system

OXFORD

3.

T L Singhal

Analog and Digital Communication

Tata McGraw-Hill

Communication Theory

SCITECH
Pearsons Eduction

4.

Ganesh Babu

5.

Wayne Tomasi

Electronic communication system

6.

Simon Heykin

Digital Communication system

Wiley

7.

Sanjay Sharma

Analog and digital Communication

S.K. Kataria

8.

KK Sharma

Fundamental of Microwave & Radar

S Chand

Engg.
9.

Communication systems

Tata McGraw Hill

10. B.P. Lathi

P Ramakrishna Rao

Analog and Digital communication

OXFORD

11. Grabano

Error control codes

OXFORD

12. John C Bellamy

Digital telephony

Wiley India

13. K.Rekha

Digital Communication

SCITECH

14. Roddy Coolen

Electronic Communication

Prentice Hall of India, N.


Delhi

15. VK Khanna

Digital Communication

S Chand

16. Anokh Singh, AK Chabaria

Principles of communication Engg.

S Chand

17. Taub & schilling

Analog and digital communication

Tata MCGraw-Hill

18. Frenzel

Electronics Communication

Tata McGraw-Hill

19. Couch

Digital & Analog Communication

Pearson

System
20. K Sam & Shanmugam

Digital & Analog Communication

Wiley

21. Sunder Rajan

Antenna Theory & Wave Propagation

SCITECH

22. Dr. K.T. Mathew

Microwave Engg

Wiley India

23. Gottapu Sashibhushana Rao

Electromagnetic Field Theory and

Wiley India

Transmission Lines
24. R.G. Kaduskar

Principles of Electromagnetics

Wiley India

25. JD Kraus

ANTENNAS

TMH

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26. Gautam

Microwaves and Radar Engg.

SK Kataria& Sons

27. Balanis

Antenna

Wiley

28. Sadique

Electromagnetic Theory

OXFORD

29. Cherukhu

Microwave Engineering

SCITECH

30. Gowry

Electromagnetic Fields & Waves

SK Kataria& Sons

EXAMINATION

S C H E M E (SESSIONAL)

Name of Subject: Digital and Microwave Communication Engg. Laboratory

Full Marks-75

Subject Code: ETCE/ LDMCE/S5


1. Continuous Internal Assessment of 25 marks is to be carried out by the teachers throughout the Fifth Semester.
Distribution of marks: Performance of Job 15, Notebook 10.
2. External Assessment of 50 marks shall be held at the end of the Fifth Semester on the entire syllabus. One
experiment per student from any one of the above is to be performed. Experiment is to be set by lottery system. Distribution
of marks: On spot job 35, Viva-voce 15.
Name of the course: Electronics Measurement
Course Code: ETCE/ EMN /S5

Semester: Fifth

Duration: One Semester (Teaching - 15 weeks +

Maximum Marks: 100 Marks

Internal Exam-2 weeks )


Teaching Scheme:

Examination Scheme

Theory: 3 contact hrs./ week

Class Test (Internal Examination): 20 Marks

Tutorial: nil

Teachers Assessment (Attendance, Assignment & interaction): 10


Marks

Practical: 2 contact hours/ week

End Semester Examination: 70 Marks

Credit: 4 (Four)

Practical: 75 Marks

Rationale:
Objectives: After successful completion of this course the students will be able to get familiar with the measurement
fundamentals and instruments like electronic voltmeter, Multimeter, Q-meter, CRO, signal generator, spectrum analyzer
etc.
Content (Name of topic)

Periods

Group-A
Unit 1

MEASUREMENT FUNDAMENTALS

1.1 Explanation of accuracy, precision, sensitivity, resolution, dynamic range, response


and repeatability of measuring instruments.
1.2 Role of Units in measurements and different types of units Definition of Errors
and type of errors Definition of Primary and Secondary Standards Concept of
Calibration
Unit 2

PERMANENT MAGNET MOVING COIL METER


2.1 Theory of operation, working principle and construction of PMMC.

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2.2 Measurement of voltage, current and resistance.
2.2 Loading effect, extension of range and PMMC Multimeter

Unit 3

MEASUREMENT OF VOLTAGE, CURRENT, ENERGY & POWER

3.1 Principle of rectifier type instrument Average reading and peak reading
Advantages and limitations.
3.2 Compensated thermocouple type instruments Construction and working principle
of electrodynamic wattmeter.
Group B
Unit 4

ELECTRONIC VOLTMETER & MULTI METER

4.1 Advantages of electronic voltmeter over ordinary voltmeter.


4.2 Working principle of Digital Multi Meter Different types of DMM: Integration
and successive approximation type.
4.3 Advantages of DMM over Conventional Multi Meter
Unit 5

IMPEDANCE BRIDGE & Q-METER

5.1 DC Wheatstone Bridge and its application AC bridge-balance Detection and


source of excitation Maxwells induction bridge Hays bridge Capacitance
comparison bridge Wien Bridge.
5.2 Basic principle of Q-Meter and its working circuit.
5.3 Basic principle and operation of RLC meter
Unit 6

CATHODE RAY OSCILLOSCOPE

6.1 Block diagram of CRO, constructional features of CRT and principle of operation.
6.2 Block schematic description of:
(a) Vertical Amplifier, (b) Time Base Generator, (c) Trace Synchronization, (d)
Triggering Modes, (e) Front Panel Controls, (f) Probe Characteristics.
6.3 Features of dual trace oscilloscopes, chopper beam switch, alternate beam switch.
6.4 Block schematic description of digital storage oscilloscope.
6.5 Measurement of amplitude, frequency, time period, phase angle and delay time by
CRO
Unit 7

TIME & FREQUENCY MEASUREMENT

7.1 Measurement of frequency by heterodyne method Block schematic description


of digital frequency counter.
7.2 Measurement of frequency, time period and time interval through frequency
counter.
GROUP C
Unit 8

SIGNAL GENERATOR
8.1 Block schematic descriptions, specifications and uses of: Audio & Radio Frequency

Signal Generator Function Generator Pulse Generator.


Unit 9

RF POWER MEASUREMENT
9.1 Bolometer Method of power measurement Balance Bridge Bolometer

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Unit 10

FREQUENCY SPECTRUM, DISTORTION & WAVE ANALYSIS


10.1 Basic working principle of Heterodyne Wave Analyzer
10.2 Block schematic description of Harmonic Distortion Analyzer.
10.3 Block schematic description of Spectrum Analyzer and its use.

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TOTAL

Contents Practical
Skills to be developed: On satisfactory completion of the course, the students should be in a position to design few
fundamental networks.
Intellectual Skills:
Motor Skill:
List of Practical: Any EIGHT( including MINI PROJECT)
Suggested List of Laboratory Experiments
Sl. No.
1.

To study the operation and to use:


(a) Multimeter, and, (b) Oscilloscope

2.

To study the operation and to use:


(a) AF signal generator; and, (b) RF signal generator

3.

To study the operation and to use frequency counter

4.

To study the operation and to use frequency generator

5.

To measure L & Q by Maxwell method

6.

To measure the unknown capacitance by Schering bridge

7.

To measure the unknown frequency by Wein Bridge.

8.

To measure the distortion in a given waveform

9.

To construct and test a Q-meter.

10.

To study the spectrum analyzer.


Examination scheme (Theoretical):

A). Internal Examination: Marks- 20

C). Teachers Assessment: Marks- 10

B). End Semester Examination: Marks-70

(i) Marks on Attendance: Marks-05


(ii) Assignments & Interaction: Marks- 05

Group

Unit

Objective questions

Total

Note: 10 multiple choice and 5 short answer type questions


To be set Multiple Choice

To be answered

( Twelve questions)
A

1,2,3

4,5,6,7

8,9,10

3
To be set short answer type

1,2,3

4,5, 6,7

Marks
per question

Any ten
To be answered

( Ten questions)
A

Marks

1
Marks

10 X 1 = 10
per

question
Any five

5x2=10

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C

8,9,10

Note 1 : Teachers assessment will be based on performance on given assignments & quizzes.
Note 2 : Assignments may be given on all the topics covered on the syllabus.

Sl. No.

Name

of

the

Title of the Book

Name of the Publisher

1.

Kalsi

Electronic Instrumentation

Tata McGraw-Hill

2.

A.K. Sawhney

A Course in Electrical and Electronic

Dhanpat Rai & Sons

Author

Measurement and Instrumentation


3.

David Bell

Electronic Instrumentation and Measurement

Oxford University Press

4.

RK Rajput

Electronics Measurements & Instrumentation

S Chand

5.

Oliver Cage

Electronic Measurement and Instrumentation

McGraw Hill

6.

Wolf and Smith

Students Reference Manual for Electronic

Prentice Hall of India

Instrumentation Lab
7.

J B Gupta

Electrical & Electronics Measurement

SK Kataria & Sons

8.

Brownes

Digital Instruments

Tata McGraw Hills

9.

U Sinha

Electrical & Electronics Measurements and


Instrumentation

10.

Cooper

Electronic Measurement and Measurement

Prentice Hall of India

Technique
EXAMINATION

S C H E M E (SESSIONAL)

Name of Subject: Electronics Measurement Laboratory

Full Marks-75

Subject Code: ETCE/ LEMN/ S5


1. Continuous Internal Assessment of 25 marks is to be carried out by the teachers throughout the Fifth Semester.
Distribution of marks: Performance of Job 15, Notebook 10.
2. External Assessment of 50 marks shall be held at the end of the Fifth Semester on the entire syllabus. One experiment
per student from any one of the above is to be performed. Experiment is to be set by lottery system. Distribution of
marks: On spot job 35, Viva-voce 15.

Name of the course: Industrial Electronics I


Course Code: ETCE/ IE1 /S5

Semester: Fifth

Duration: One Semester (Teaching - 15 weeks +

Maximum Marks: 50 Marks

Internal Exam-2 weeks )


Teaching Scheme:

Examination Scheme

Theory: 2 contact hrs./ week

Class Test (Internal Examination): 10 Marks

Tutorial: 1 contact hr./ week

Teachers Assessment (Attendance, Assignment & interaction):5


Marks

Practical: 2 contact hours/ week

End Semester Examination: 35 Marks

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Credit: 4 ( Four )

Practical: 50 Marks

Rationale:
Objectives:
The student will be able to:
This course is introduced to have the students become familiar with the high power electronic devices and components like
power diode, IGBT, power transistor, SCR.
Content (Name of topic)

Periods

Group-A
Unit 1

Power diode
1.1 Switching characteristics of power diodes and its specifications.
1.2 Characteristics of fast recovery diodes.
1.3 Choice of diodes depending upon frequency of operations.
1.4 Series and parallel operations of diodes.
1.5 Thermal characteristics

Unit 2

Power Transistor
2.1 Power BJT : Structure of vertical power transistor, Principle of operation, its VI and
switching characteristics, Safe operating area.
2.2 Base drive circuits and Darlington configuration of Power BJT.
2.3 Construction operating principle and switching characteristics of power MOSFET
and IGBT.
2.4 Study of Losses in power semiconductor devices- calculation of loss in power BJT

Unit 3

Mounting, Cooling and Protection of Power Semiconductor Devices


3.1 Concept of thermal resistance, heat sink and

thermal equivalent circuit

3.2 Describe different mounting techniques of power semiconductor devices


3.3 Concept of protection of Power Semiconductor Devices: Transient protection, MOV
and Snubber
Group B
Unit 4

Thyristor

4.1 Switching characteristics & Two transistors method of SCR, Ratings of SCR.
4.2 Triggering circuits of SCR.
4.3 Need for series and parallel methods of SCR. Reasons of unequal voltage and current
4.4 distribution and equalization networks.
4.5 Layer diagram, Characteristics, operating principle and application of thyristor
4.6 family devices - Photo sensitive SCR, GTO, SCS, TRIAC & DIAC.
4.7 Commutation circuits of SCR natural and forced commutation class A, B, C, D
And Class E
Unit 5

Single phase & polyphase controlled rectifier


5.1 Single phase half wave and full wave control rectifier circuit Principle of
operation with resistive and inductive load Use of free wheel diode.
5.2 Three phase half wave and full wave control rectifier Operation with inductive
and resistive load Use of free wheel diode.
5.3 Calculation of Vdc, Vrms, ripple factor, PIV and efficiency of single phase & three
phase control rectifier.
5.4 Concept of full control and half control rectifier.

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SWITCH MODE POWER SUPPLY

6.1 Switching Regulator (SMPS) principle of operation, Block and circuit diagram and
PWM control circuit consideration of switching regulator.
6.2 Principle of operation of buck converter, boost converter and buck-boost
CONVERTER.

6.3 Review of Linear Regulators.


6.4 Advantage and disadvantage of switching regulator in comparison with linear
regulator
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Contents Practical
Skills to be developed: On satisfactory completion of the course, the students should be in a position to design few
fundamental networks.
Intellectual Skills:
1) Able to select proper instruments
2) Compare the characteristics under various conditions
Motor Skill:
1) Make accurate measurements
2) Adjust the meters to read zero at start
3) Draw graphs
List of Practical: Any EIGHT( including MINI PROJECT)
Suggested List of Laboratory Experiments
Sl. No.
1.

To measure the reverse recovery time of switching diode and power BJT.

2.

To study drive circuits of power BJT.

3.

To plot V/I characteristics of Triac.

4.

To plot V/I characteristics of

5.

To study drive circuit of SCR.

6.

To study a single phase rectifieroutput waveform with phase control circuit.

7.

To study a polyphase rectifier

9.

To study SMPS with PWM regulator chip

Diac

Mini Project
1 Liquid level detector
Develop light dimmer circuit using diac and Triac.

Examination scheme (Theoretical):


A). Internal Examination: Marks- 10

C)

B). End Semester Examination: Marks-35

Teachers Assessment: Marks- 5


(i) Marks on Attendance
(ii) Assignments & Interaction

Group

Unit

Objective questions
Note: 6 multiple choice and 4 short answer type questions

Total Marks

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To be set Multiple Choice

To be answered

( Ten questions)
A

1,2,3

4,5,6

Any six
To be answered

( Eight questions)
1,2,3

4,5, 6

Group

per

question

To be set short answer type


A

Marks

1
Marks

6X1=6
per

question
Any four

Unit

Subjective Questions
To be set

4x1=4
Total Marks

To be answered

( Ten questions)

Marks per
question

1,2,3

Any five ( Taking at least

4,5, 6

two from each group)

5 X 5 = 25

Note 1 : Teachers assessment will be based on performance on given assignments & quizzes.
Note 2 : Assignments may be given on all the topics covered on the syllabus.
Sl. No.

Name of the Author

Title of the Book

Name of the Publisher

1.

Dr. S K Mandal

Power Electronics

Tata Mc Graw Hill

2.

Khan & Chandani

Industrial Electronics

TMH

3.

Gupta & Singhal

Power Electronics

SK Kataria & Sons

4.

Biswanath Pal

Industrial Electronics

PHI

5.

H Babu

Power Electronics

Scitech

6.

Moorthi

Power Electronics

OXFORD

7.

SN Biswas

Industrial Electronics

Dhanpat Rai

8.

PC Sen

Modern Power Electronics

S Chand

9.

Chatterjee & Bhattacharya

Industrial Electronics

TMH

(TTTI)
10.

Mohan

Power

Electronics

Converter

Wiley

Application and Design


11.

M.C Sharama

12.

F. Graf

Practical SCR / Triac projects


The

Encyclopaedia

of

electronic

circuit by Rudolf

EXAMINATION
Name of Subject: Industrial Electronics Laboratory-I

S C H E M E (SESSIONAL)
Full Marks-75

Subject Code: ETCE/ LIE1 /S5


1. Continuous Internal Assessment of 25 marks is to be carried out by the teachers throughout the Fifth Semester. Distribution
of marks: Performance of Job 15, Notebook 10.

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2. External Assessment of 50 marks shall be held at the end of the Fifth Semester on the entire syllabus. One experiment per
student from any one of the above is to be performed. Experiment is to be set by lottery system. Distribution of marks: On spot job
15, Viva-voce 10.
Name of the course: Microcontroller & Embedded System
Course Code: ETCE/ MCES /S5

Semester: Fifth

Duration: One Semester (Teaching - 15 weeks +

Maximum Marks: 100 Marks

Internal Exam-2 weeks )


Teaching Scheme:

Examination Scheme

Theory: 3 contact hrs./ week

Class Test (Internal Examination): 20 Marks

Tutorial:

Teachers Assessment (Attendance, Assignment & interaction): 10


Marks

Practical: 2 contact hours/ week

End Semester Examination: 70 Marks

Credit: 5 ( Five )

Practical: 75 Marks

Rationale:
The technology of microprocessor has led to a single chip Microcontroller technology MCS-51 family
architecture, details of 8051 Microcontroller and its programming is covered in this subject use of assembler and
stimulator for programming of Microcontroller will make the students equipped for the development of embedded
systems.
Objectives:
The student will be able to:
1.

Use data transfer techniques.

2.

Describe architecture and operation of microcontroller 8051.

3.

Develop assembly language programs using instruction set of 8051.

4.

Design and develop microcontroller based systems.

5.

Explain various applications of microcontrollers.

6.

Develop of concept on Robotics


Content (Name of topic)

Periods

Group-A
Unit 1

Microcontroller 8051 Architecture

12

1.1 Difference between microcontroller & Microprocessor.


1.2 Commercial microcontroller devices and families
1.3 Explain the Block diagram of the Architectural of 8051.
1.4 Explain the PIN Diagram features of the 8051 core.
1.5 Explain the 8051 Programming Model.
1.6 Explain the Port Structure & Operation, Timer/Counters, serial Interface & External
memory
1.7 Features and architecture of PIC microcontroller and its application
Unit 2

8051 Addressing Modes & Instruction Set


2.1 Explain different addressing modes of 8051.
2.2 Explain the different types of Instruction sets of 8051.
2.2.1 Data Transfer
2.2.2 Arithmetic Operations
2.2.3 Logical Operations
2.2.4 Boolean Variable Manipulation

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2.2.5 Program Branching
Group B

Unit 3

8051 Assembly Language Programming Tools

16

3.1 Programs using Jump, Loop and Call Instructions, Time Delay Generation and
Calculation.
3.2 I/O Port Programming, Bit manipulation
3.3 Arithmetic Programs
3.3.1 Unsigned Addition and Subtraction
3.3.2 Unsigned Multiplication and Division
3.3.3 Signed number concept and Arithmetic operations
3.3.4 Logic Programs
3.4 Programs using Logic and Compare Instructions
3.4.1 Programs using Rotate and Swap Instructions
3.4.2 BCD and ASCII Application Programs
3.5 Counter / Timer Programming
3.6 Serial Communication Programming
3.8.1 Basics of Serial communication
3.8.2 8051 Connection to RS232
3.8.3 8051 Serial Communication Programming
3.7 Interrupts Programming 8051 Interrupts
3.9.1 Programming Timer Interrupts
3.9.2 Programming External hardware Interrupts
3.9.3 Programming the Serial Communication Interrupt
3.9.4 Interrupt Priority in the 8051
3.8 Interfacing with ADC & DAC
Group C
Unit 4

Introduction to Embedded Systems

20

4.1 Embedded Systems Overview. What are they? A shortlist of embedded systems,
some common characteristics of embedded systems, an embedded system example
A Digital Camera.
4.2 Processors General purpose and specific purpose and its application, Overview
and application of Digital Signal Processors(DSP)
4.3 IC Technology, Full Custom / VLSI, Semi Custom ASIC , FPGA (Gate Array &
Standard Cell),
4.4 PLD (Programmable Logic Device), Draw the block diagram showing the major
components of PLC and state each function of each Component, Explain the basic
operation of PLC, Describe briefly PLC programming.
Unit 5

Elementary idea on Robotics

5.1

Definition

5.2

Types of Robots

5.3

Areas of application

5.4

Fundamental components of Robots- Sensors, Actuator and Control system

5.5

Basic idea of Proximity Sensors, Limit Switch, Semiconductor displacement

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Sensor

60

TOTAL

Contents Practical
Skills to be developed: On satisfactory completion of the course, the students should be in a position to design few
fundamental networks.
Intellectual Skills:

Use of programming language constructs in program implementation.

To be able to apply different logics to solve given problem.

To be able to write program

Study different types of errors as syntax semantic, fatal, linker & logical

Debugging of programs

Understanding different steps to develop program such as




Problem definition

Analysis

Design of logic

Coding

Testing

Maintenance (Modifications, error corrections, making changes etc.)

Motor Skill:
Proper handling of Computer System.
List of Practical: Any EIGHT( including MINI PROJECT)
Suggested List of Laboratory Experiments
Sl. No.
1.

MICROCONTROLLER:
1. Write a Simple Assembly Programs for
a. Addition b. Subtraction b. Multiplication

2.

Write a Programs for

d. Division

(any two of the following)

i. 4 x 4 Matrix Keypad Interface


ii. character based LCD Interface
iii. Analog to Digital Conversion (On chip ADC)
iv. Serial EEPROM
v. Seven Segment LED Display Interface
vi. Interfacing With Temperature Sensor
vii. Stepper Motor Interface
3.

Programming PLC Introduction to ladder diagram,

4.

Communication between PLC and

PC (any two of the following)

i. Single motor on / off control


ii. Interlock control of two motors
iii. water level control with three sensors
iv. Speed control of a motor
v. Timer on delay / off-delay of a motor
Topic of Project Work on Robotics

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Students can take up interdisciplinary project on Robotics using Micro-controller. Team might be made
preferably from different preferably students from ETCE, CST, EIE, EE and ME

Examination scheme (Theoretical):


C) Teachers Assessment: Marks- 10

A). Internal Examination: Marks- 20


B). End Semester Examination: Marks-70

(i) Marks on Attendance: Marks-05


(ii) Assignments & Interaction: Marks- 05

Group

Unit

Objective questions

Total Marks

Note: 10 multiple choice and 5 short answer type questions


To be set Multiple Choice

To be answered

Marks

( Twelve questions)
A

1,2

4,5

question
Any ten

To be set short answer type

To be answered

Marks

( Ten questions)
A

1,2

4,5

Group

per

10 X 1 = 10
per

question
Any five

Unit

Subjective Questions
To be set

5x2=10

Total Marks

To be answered

Marks per

( Ten questions)

question

1,2

Any five ( Taking at least

one from each group)

4,5

10

10 X 5 = 50

Note 1 : Teachers assessment will be based on performance on given assignments & quizzes.
Note 2 : Assignments may be given on all the topics covered on the syllabus.
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Name

of

the

Title of the Book

Name of the Publisher

Author
1.

Manish K Patel

The 8051 Microcontroller Based Embedded

Tata Mc Graw Hill

Systems
2.

Senthil Kumar

Microprocessor & Microcontroller

OXFORD

3.

Shibu KV

Embedded

Tata Mc Graw Hill

4.

Krishna Kant

Microprocessors & Microcontrollers

PHI

5.

Bizu Azzez

Microprocessor & Microcontroler

SCITECH

6.

Rajkamal

Microcontroller

Pearson

7.

Frank Vahid, Tony

Embedded System Design

Wiley India

8.

Mazidi

Givargis
The

8051

Microcontroller

Systems Using Assembly and C

and

Embedded

Pearson

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S K Saha

Introduction to Robotics

Tata McGraw-Hill

A Key to programme Microcontroller system

S Chand

10.

Avilash

11.

Chattopadhyay

Embedded system Design

PHI

12.

Dr. K.V.K.K. Prasad

Embedded/ Real-Time Systems concepts, design

Dreamtech press/ Kogent

& programming

Learning solutions

V.

pandiahkal

13.

Shah

Microcontroller

OXFORD

14.

Dr. SK Mandal

Microprocessor & Microcontroller

TMH

15.

Ayala

Microcontroller 8051

16.

Ghosal

8051 Microcontroller : Internals, Instructions,

17.

Subhasis maitra

Micrprocessor and Microcontroller

JBBL

18.

J Bhaskar

VHDL Primer

PHI

Pearson

Programming & Interfacing,

EXAMINATION

S C H E M E (SESSIONAL)

Name of Subject: Microcontroller and Embedded system Laboratory

Full Marks-75

Subject Code: ETCE/ LMCES/ S5


1. Continuous Internal Assessment of 25 marks is to be carried out by the teachers throughout the Fifth Semester. Distribution
of marks: Performance of Job 15, Notebook 10.
2. External Assessment of 50 marks shall be held at the end of the Fifth Semester on the entire syllabus. One experiment per
student from any one of the above is to be performed. Experiment is to be set by lottery system. Distribution of marks: On spot job
35, Viva-voce 15.

Name of the course: Computer Network-I


Course Code: ETCE/ CN1 /S5

Semester: Fifth

Duration: One Semester (Teaching - 15 weeks +

Maximum Marks: 50 Marks

Internal Exam-2 weeks )


Teaching Scheme:

Examination Scheme

Theory: 2 contact hrs./ week

Class Test (Internal Examination): 10 Marks

Tutorial:

Teachers Assessment (Attendance, Assignment & interaction):


5 Marks

Practical: 2 contact hours/ week

End Semester Examination: 35 Marks

Credit: 3 (Three )

Practical: 50 Marks

Rationale:
Modern age is the age of computer. Global communication can be done within few seconds with the help of
computer network. Preliminaries like network structure, flow and error control, LAN, internetworking, network security
etc. are included in this course so that the students know about the fundamentals of computer networking.
Objectives:
The student will be able to:


Identifying the benefits of network.

Distinguish between Network classifications.

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Describe different types of Topology.

Describe different types of Network devices.

Compare different transmission media.

Compare OSI and TCP/IP model


Content (Name of topic)

Periods

Group-A
Unit 1

Network Basics

1.1 Definition of computer network Network components


1.2 Distinguish between Network classifications Classify networks by their
Geography- LAN, MAN & WAN; Classify Networks by their Network rolePeer to Peer, Server Based Networks.
1.3 Network Features- File sharing; Printer Sharing, Application Services- E-mail;
Remote Access.
1.4 Application of Network System General applications like ATM Banking etc. with
modern approach to Distributed Computing System
Unit 2

TRANSMISSION MEDIA AND NETWORKING DEVICES

12

2.1 Classification of Transmissions Media: Guided media- UTP, STP; Coaxial Cable;
Optical Fiber - Optical Fiber Structure, Light Source for Fiber, Propagation Mode,
Advantages of optical fiber and Disadvantages of optical fiber. (brief idea)
2.2 Unguided media: Wireless Communication Communication Band; Microwave
Communication; Satellite Communication Access Method; Cellular (Mobile)
Telephone Band in Cellular Telephony, Calls Using Mobile Phones, Transmitting
receiving operations; New Developments. (brief idea)
2.3 Network Control Devices - Hubs; Switches; Routers; Bridges; Repeaters;
Gateways; Modems
Group B
Unit 3

NETWORK STRUCTURES & REFERENCE MODEL

10

3.1 Network topology.- Bus Topology; Ring Topology; Star Topology; Mesh
Topology; Tree Topology; Hybrid Topology
3.2 SWITCHING: Circuit Switching Message Switching Packet Switching.
3.3 Layered architecture of network system Seven layer OSI model Functions of
each OSI layer Other ISO structure TCP / IP Layer Structure, Comparison of the
OSI and TCP/IP reference models
3.4 X.25 protocol.
Unit 4

FLOW CONTROL & ERROR CONTROL

4.1 FLOW CONTROL: Congestion control Necessity of flow control Poll / select
method Stop and wait method Sliding window method.
4.2 ERROR CONTROL: Error detection & correction Types of error Checksum
Forward error control Automatic repeat request Cyclic redundancy check.
4.3 ALGORITHMS: Routing, Fixed and Adaptive.
TOTAL

34

Marks

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Contents Practical

Skills to be developed: On satisfactory completion of the course, the students should be in a position to design few
fundamental networks.
Intellectual Skills:


Understanding of basics concept of network.

Comparison of different network.

Installation of protocols

Motor Skill:
Proper handling of Computer hardware System.
Suggested List of Laboratory Experiments
Sl. No.

Write assembly language programs:


1.

Draw layout of LAB Network and assess the network requirements.

2.

Use step by step procedure for File sharing & Printer sharing

3.

Compare Network directing devices. i.e. Hub, Switch, Router.

4.

Create a Network cable using RJ45 connectors

5.

Compare different Network Topologies


Examination scheme (Theoretical):

A). Internal Examination: Marks- 10

C)

Teachers Assessment: Marks- 05

B). End Semester Examination: Marks-35

(i) Marks on Attendance:


(ii) Assignments & Interaction:

Group

Unit

Objective questions

Total Marks

Note: 10 multiple choice and 5 short answer type questions


To be set Multiple Choice

To be answered

( Ten questions)
A

1,2

3, 4

5
To be set short answer type

1,2

3, 4

Group

Unit

per

question
Any six
To be answered

( Eight questions)
A

Marks

6X1=6

Marks

per

question
Any four
1

4x1=4

Subjective Questions
To be set

To be answered

( Ten questions)

Total
Marks per

Marks

question

1,2

Any five ( Taking at least

3, 4

one from each group)

5 X 5 = 25

Note 1 : Teachers assessment will be based on performance on given assignments & quizzes.
Note 2 : Assignments may be given on all the topics covered on the syllabus.
Sl. No.
1.

Title of the Book


Data Communication and Networking

Name of the Author


B.A. Forouzan

Name of the Publisher


T.M.H Publishing Co.
Ltd.

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2.

Data Communication & Networking

DP Nagpal

S Chand

3.

Data Communication & Computer Networking

Ajit Pal

PHI

4.

Communication Network

Leon, Garcia, Widjaja

Tata McGraw-Hill

5.

Vikash Gupta

Comdex

hardware

and

Dreamtech press

Networking Course Kit


6.

Computer Network

Tanenbaum

Prentice Hall of India

7.

Data Communications

F. Halsall

Pearson Edu.

8.

Computer Network

U. Black

Prentice Hall of India

9.

Peter Nortons Introduction to Computer

P. Norton

Tata McGraw-Hill

10.

Computer Network

Stallings

Prentice Hall of India

11.

Local Area Network

Ahuja

Tata McGraw-Hill

12.

Computer Communication ISDN S ystems

Dr. D.C. Agarwal

13.

Elements of Computer Science & Engineering

Prof. A.K. Mukhopadhya y

14.

Computer

Networks

Fundamentals

and

Rajesh, Easwarakumar &

Applications

Balasubramanian.

EXAMINATION

S C H E M E (SESSIONAL)

Name of Subject: Computer Network Laboratory-1

Full Marks-50

Subject Code: ETCE/ CN1/S5


1. Continuous Internal Assessment of 25 marks is to be carried out by the teachers throughout the Fifth Semester. Distribution
of marks: Performance of Job 15, Notebook 10.
2. External Assessment of 50 marks shall be held at the end of the Fifth Semester on the entire syllabus. One experiment per
student from any one of the above is to be performed. Experiment is to be set by lottery system. Distribution of marks: On spot job
15, Viva-voce 10.
Name of the course: Medical Electronics-I
Course Code: ETCE/ ME1 /S5

Semester: Fifth

Duration: One Semester (Teaching - 15 weeks +

Maximum Marks: 50 Marks

Internal Exam-2 weeks )


Teaching Scheme:

Examination Scheme

Theory: 2 contact hrs./ week

Class Test (Internal Examination): 10 Marks

Tutorial:

Teachers Assessment (Attendance, Assignment & interaction):


5 Marks

Practical: 2 contact hours/ week

End Semester Examination: 35 Marks

Credit: 3 (Three )

Practical: 50 Marks

Rationale:
At present application of many electronics instruments are found in medical science. After successful completion of
this course interested students will be able to know about radiology, ultrasound, ICU/CCU system, cardiac pacemaker, foetal
system etc.
Objectives:
The student will be able to:

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Understand different medical instruments and their applications


Content (Name of topic)

Periods

Marks

Group-A
Unit 1

RADIOLOGY & MICROSCOPY INSTRUMENTS

1.1 Properties of X-ray Production of X-ray Types of X-ray machine photoelectric


effect Crompton effect.
1.2 Bremostrate lung X-ray tubes High voltage power sources Typical X-ray
machine, care, maintenance and troubleshooting designs variations.
a. Scatter reductions Image intensifiers C.T. scan
Unit 2

Module 1

ANALYTICAL ,LABORATORY INSTRUMENTS AND SAFETY MEASURES

10

4.1 Introduction & basic principles of PH meter.


4.2 Blood gas analysis Densitometers Electrophoresis.
4.3 Filter and flame photometers Spectrometers.
4.4 Gross current, Micro Current shock, safety standards rays and considerations,
4.5 safety testing instruments, biological effects of X-rays and precautions
Group B
Unit 3

ULTRASOUND
Ultrasonic Pulse Echo techniques Time Motion Ultrasonography

Unit 4

MICROSCOPY
Electron microscopy Light microscope Their comparison

Unit 4

Module 2

I.C.U. / C.C.U. SYSTEMS

5.1 Introduction System configuration System connection Recording instrument


Alarm modules Displaying.
5.2 Information and servicing considerations in control systems.
5.3 Strip chart recorder Introduction recording technique.
5.4 PMMC Galvanometer Electronic Recorder Adjustment & typical faults Servo
recorders.
34

TOTAL

Contents Practical
Skills to be developed: On satisfactory completion of the course, the students should be in a position to design few
fundamental networks.
Intellectual Skills:
Understand different medical instruments and their applications
Motor Skill:
Proper handling and trouble shooting of biomedical instrumentation
List of Practical: Any EIGHT( including MINI PROJECT)
Suggested List of Laboratory Experiments
Sl. No.

Minimum of eight exercises to be carried out and one field visit


9.

Operation and function of all the controls of hospital X-Ray machine (visit at hospital)

10.

Operation and function of all the controls of dental X-Ray machine (Visit to Hospital)

11.

Identification of different block/sub system of circuits in X-Ray machine

12.

Measurement of skin contact impedance and technique to reduce it.

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13.

Observe its wave shape on CRO the output of blood pressure transducers body temperature
transducers and pulse sensors

6.

To study the operations and control of an E.C.G. machine and to practice its troubleshooting

7.

To study the following features of an USG machine: Operation, Control, Troubleshooting and function
of Camera.

8.

To study the following features of a PH meter: Electrodes, Meter, Buffer Solution, Application; and,
also to study the ways & means of its maintenance.

Examination scheme (Theoretical):


A). Internal Examination: Marks- 10

C) Teachers Assessment: Marks- 05

B). End Semester Examination: Marks-35

(i) Marks on Attendance: Marks


(ii) Assignments & Interaction: Marks

Group

Unit

Objective questions

Total

Note: 6 multiple choice and 4 short answer type questions


To be set Multiple Choice

To be answered

Marks

( Ten questions)
A

1,2

3, 4

Any six
To be answered

( Eight questions)
1,2

3, 4

Group

Unit

per

question

To be set short answer type


A

Marks

1
Marks

6X1=6
per

question
Any four
1

4x1=4

Subjective Questions
To be set

To be answered

( Ten questions)

Total
Marks per

Marks

question

1,2

Any five ( Taking at least

3, 4

one from each group)

5 X 5 = 25

Note 1 : Teachers assessment will be based on performance on given assignments & quizzes.
Note 2 : Assignments may be given on all the topics covered on the syllabus.
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Title of the Book

Name of the Author

Name of the Publisher

31.

Handbook of Biomedical Instrumentation

R.S. Khandpur

Tata McGraw Hill

32.

Handbook of Biomedical Instrumentation

H.E. Thomas

Prentice Hall of India

L. Cromwell, F.J. Weibell

Prentice Hall of India

a nd
33.

Measurement

Biomedical

instrumentation

a nd

Measurement

& E.A. Peiffer

34.

Electronics for Biomedical Personnel

E.J.B. Buckstein

35.

Biomedical Instrumentation

Can & Brown

36.

X-ray techniques for students

M.O. Chasne y

37.

Recent Advances in Biomedical Engineering

Reddy

Taraporewala

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EXAMINATION

S C H E M E (SESSIONAL)

Name of Subject: Medical Electronics Laboratory-1

Full Marks-50

Subject Code: ETCE/ LME1/S5


3. Continuous Internal Assessment of 25 marks is to be carried out by the teachers throughout the Fifth Semester.
Distribution of marks: Performance of Job 15, Notebook 10.
4. External Assessment of 50 marks shall be held at the end of the Fifth Semester on the entire syllabus. One
experiment per student from any one of the above is to be performed. Experiment is to be set by lottery system. Distribution
of marks: On spot job 15, Viva-voce 10.

Name of the course: Digital Signal Processing-1


Course Code: ETCE/ DSP1 /S5

Semester: Fifth

Duration: One Semester (Teaching - 15 weeks +

Maximum Marks: 50 Marks

Internal Exam-2 weeks )


Teaching Scheme:

Examination Scheme

Theory: 2 contact hrs./ week

Class Test (Internal Examination): 10 Marks

Tutorial: nil

Teachers Assessment (Attendance, Assignment & interaction): 5


Marks

Practical: 2 contact hours/ week

End Semester Examination: 35 Marks

Credit: 3 ( Five )

Practical: 50 Marks

Rationale:
Digital signal processing is a technology driven field which dates its growth where Computers and Digital Circuity
became fast enough to process large amount of data efficiently. This subject is concerned with processing discrete-time
signals or data sequences. The main objectives of this subject are to provide background and fundamental materials in
discrete time system, digital signal processing technique, design procedures of digital filters and discrete Fourier transform.
Objectives:
The student will be able to:
1. Understand the concept of different types of signals and their properties
2.

Acquire Knowledge on sampling and discretisation of analog signals

3.

Learn Z transform technique

4.

Understand Fourier transform, Discrete Fourier Transform and Fast Fourier Transform
Objectives:

The student will be able to:


Content (Name of topic)
Group-A

Periods

Marks

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6

Introduction
1.1 Discuss Signals, Systems & Signal processing.
1.1.1

Explain basic element of a digital signal processing system.

1.1.2 Compare the advantages of digital signal processing over analog signal
processing.
1.2 Classify signals
1.2.1 Multi channel & Multi dimensional signals.
1.2.2 Continuous time verses discrete time.
1.2.3 Continuous valued verses discrete valued signals.
1.2.4 Deterministic Versus Random Signals.
1.3 Discuss the concept of frequency in continuous time & discrete time signals.
1.3.1 Continuous-time sinusoidal signals.
1.3.2 Discrete-time sinusoidal signals.
1.3.3 Harmonically related complex exponential.
1.4 Discuss Analog to Digital & Digital to Analog conversion & explain the following.
1.4.1

Sampling of Analog signal.

1.4.2

The sampling theorem.

1.4.3 Quantisation of continuous- amplitude signals.


1.4.4 Quantisation of sinusoidal signals.
1.4.5 Coding of quantized sample.
1.4.6

Digital to analog conversion.

1.4.7 Quantisation of sinusoidal signals.


1.4.8
Unit 2

Analysis of digital systems signals vs. discrete time signals systems.

Discrete time signals & systems.


2.1

State and explain discrete time signals.


1.1.1 Discuss some elementary discrete time signals.
1.1.2 Classify discrete time signal.
1.1.3 Discuss simple manipulation of discrete time signal.

2.2

Discuss discrete time system.


1.1.4 Describe input-output of system.
1.1.5 Draw block diagram of discrete time system.
1.1.6 Classification of discrete time system.
1.1.7 Discuss inter connection of discrete time system.

2.3

Analysis of discrete time linear time-invariant system.


2.3.1

Discuss different technique for the analysis of linear system.

2.3.2 Discuss the resolution of a discrete time signal into impulse.


2.3.3 Discuss the response of LTI system to arbitrary I/Ps using convolution
theorem.
2.3.4 Explain the properties of convolution & interconnection of LTI system.
2.3.5 Study systems with finite duration and infinite duration impulse response.
2.4

Discuss discrete time system described by difference equation.


2.4.1 Explain recursive & non-recursive discrete time system.
2.4.2

Group B

The impulse response of linear time invariant recursive

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The z-transform & its application to the analysis of


3.1

10

LTI system.

Discuss Z-transform & its application to LTI system.


3.1.1

State & explain direct Z-transform.

3.1.2 State & explain inverse Z-transform.


3.2 Discuss various properties of Z-transform.
3.3 Discuss rational Z-transform.
3.3.1

Explain poles & zeros.

3.3.2

Determine pole location time domain behavior for casual signals.

3.3.3 Describe the system function of a linear time invariant system.


3.4 Discuss inverse Z-transform.
3.4.1
Unit 4

Determine inverse Z transform by partial fraction expansion.


8

Fourier transform: its applications properties


4.1 Discuss discrete fourier transform.
4.1.1 Determine frequency domain sampling and reconstruction of discrete
time signals.
4.1.2

State & explain discrete Fourier transformation (DFT).

4.1.3

Compute DFT as a linear transformation.

4.1.4

Relate DFT to other transforms.

4.2 Discuss the property of the DFT.


4.2.1
4.2.2

Discuss periodicity, linearity & symmetry property


Explain multiplication of two DFT & circular convolution.
32
Contents Practical

Skills to be developed: On satisfactory completion of the course, the students should be in a position to design few
fundamental networks.
Intellectual Skills:
Motor Skill:
Proper handling of Computer System.
List of Practical: Any EIGHT( including MINI PROJECT)
Suggested List of Laboratory Experiments
Sl. No.

Write assembly language programs:


1.

The laboratory works will be performed on the following areas:

2.

SIMULATION USING MATLAB

3.
4.

Introduction to MATLABS & its various instructions.


Program for Representation of Basic Signals (Unit impulse, Unit step, Ramp, Expontational, Sine,
Cosine ).

5.

Program for Discrete Convolution (Linear Convolution, Circular Convolution )

6.

Program for Sampling Theorem


Examination scheme (Theoretical):

A). Internal Examination: Marks- 10


B). End Semester Examination: Marks-35

C)

Teachers Assessment: Marks- 5


(i) Marks on Attendance:
(ii) Assignments & Interaction:

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Unit

Objective questions

Total

Note: 6 multiple choice and 4 short answer type questions


To be set Multiple Choice

To be answered

Marks

( Twelve questions)
A

1,2

3,4

Any six

To be answered

Marks

3,4

Group

Unit

6X1=6
per

question

( Ten questions)
1,2

per

question

To be set short answer type


A

Marks

Any four

4x1=4

Subjective Questions
To be set

Total

To be answered

Marks

Marks per

( Ten questions)

question

1,2

Any five ( Taking at least

3,4

one from each group)

5 X 5 = 25

Note 1 : Teachers assessment will be based on performance on given assignments & quizzes.
Note 2 : Assignments may be given on all the topics covered on the syllabus.
Sl. No.

Name of the Author

Title of the Book

Name of the Publisher

1.

Nagoor Kani

Digital Signal Processing

Tata McGraw Hill

2.

Anand Kumar

Digital Signal Procesing

PHI

3.

Ramesh Babu

Digital Signal Processing

SCITECH

4.

BP Lathi

Digtal Signal Processing

OXFORD

5.

Proakis & Malonakis

Digital Signal Processing

Pearson

6.

Dr. Shaila D. Apte

Digital Signal Processing

Wiley

7.

VK Khanna

Digital Signal Procesing

S Chand

8.

Dr. Shailendra JainJain

Modeling

9.

Openheim

Digtal Signal Processing

Salivanhan & Azarveizagan

Digital Signal Processing

&

Simulation

Using

Wiley India

MATLAB-Simulink
10.

EXAMINATION

TMH

S C H E M E (SESSIONAL)

Name of Subject: Digital Signal Processing Laboratory-1

Full Marks-50

Subject Code: ETCE/ LDSP1/S5


1. Continuous Internal Assessment of 25 marks is to be carried out by the teachers throughout the Fifth Semester.
Distribution of marks: Performance of Job 15, Notebook 10.
2. External Assessment of 50 marks shall be held at the end of the Fifth Semester on the entire syllabus. One
experiment per student from any one of the above is to be performed. Experiment is to be set by lottery system.
Distribution of marks: On spot job 15, Viva-voce 10.

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Name of the course: Computer Hardware Maintenance-1

Course Code: ETCE/ CHM1 /S5

Semester: Fifth

Duration: One Semester (Teaching - 15 weeks +

Maximum Marks: 50 Marks

Internal Exam-2 weeks )


Teaching Scheme:

Examination Scheme

Theory: 2 contact hrs./ week

Class Test (Internal Examination): 10 Marks

Tutorial:

Teachers Assessment (Attendance, Assignment & interaction): 5


Marks

Practical: 2 Contact hours/ week

End Semester Examination: 35 Marks

Credit: 3 (Three)

Practical: 50 Marks

Rationale:


To do the maintenance of the Computer, peripherals and its add-on cards.

To understand basic working of the computer motherboard, peripherals and add-on cards

To select the proper peripheral as per their specification and requirement.


Objectives:

The student will be able to:




Debug and repair the faults in system.

Assemble the system.

Load the operating system and device drivers in the system


Content (Name of topic)

Periods

Group-A
Unit 1

PC HARDWARE OVERVIEW

1.1 PC EVOLUTION: Feature of Intel Processors - Pentium, P2, P3, P4, Dual Core, Core
i3, i5, i7 and AMD processors : K6, Athlon XP, Athlon 64.
1.1 INSIDE THE SYSTEM UNIT: Block diagram of the PC system, system box types,
system main components and their overview including the rear side connectors.
1.2 Chipset basic, chipset Architecture: North / South Bridge architecture and Hub
architecture, Architecture of Intel chipset 915 G & 945 G
1.3 MOTHERBOARD: Motherboard Selection criteria & layouts, upgrades, functional
description of important blocks and their interconnection.
1.4 BUSES & EXPANSION SLOTS: Different bus architecture features, of ISA, PCI-X,
PCI-Xpress, AGP, PCMCIA, AGP, Processor BUS (no pin description) PCI versus
PCI Express,
1.5 BIOS: Basic ROM BIOS organization, services, BIOS, DOS, Windows interaction
principle.
1.6 CMOS: Setup, configuration and utility.
Unit 2

MAIN MEMORY SYSTEM & STORAGE DEVICES


2.1 Motherboard Memory: Features of PCs memory organization: Primary,
Secondary, Memory Packages: SIMM & DIMM, Extended Memory, Virtual
Memory, Expanded Memory : DRAM including features of SDRAM, DDR,
DDR2, DDR3, Disk Organization in DOS: Sectors, Cluster, DBR, MBR, FAT, root
directory.

10

Marks

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2.2 Concept of cache memory : Internal cache, External cache (L1, L2, L3 cache)
2.3 Hard Disk Drive: Hard disk construction and working
2.3.1

Servo Techniques : Wedge servo, Embedded servo, dedicated servo


Terms related to Hard Disk : Track, Sector cylinder, cluster, landing
zone, MBR, Zone recording, write pre-compensation

2.3.2

Formatting, Low level formatting, High level formatting,

2.3.3

FAT basics, Introduction to file system FAT 16, FAT 32, NTFS

2.3.4

Hard disk drive interface : features of parallel AT attachment

Partitioning

(PATA), Serial ATA (SATA), ATA devices jumper selections : Master,


slave, cable select, ATA cables
2.4

ATA RAID : RAID 0, RAID

2.5

CDROM drive : Construction, Recording

2.6

CD-ROM Disks & Drives: Types, audio, video, DVD Construction,


Recording, Reading, Basics: Speed Storage capacity Subassembly
components and installation.

2.7

Blu-ray disk specification and pen drive


Group B

Unit 3

MONITORS AND INTERFACING

3.1 MONITORS AND THEIR INTERFACES: Block diagram description of a Video Controller
Card and Monitor Display Adapters: CGA, VGA and SVGA card Features,
Resolution and Monitor features, Graphics display characteristics Video
attributes.
3.2 Comparison of CRT display related to LCD display
3.3 LCD monitor : functional block diagram of LCD monitor, working, principal,
advantages and disadvantages Types : Passive matrix and
3.4 Active matrix, Important characteristics : Resolution, Refresh rate,
3.5 Response time
3.6 Basic block diagram of a video accelerator care.
Unit 4

INPUT & OUTPUT DEVICES AND PORTS


4.1 Keyboard : Types of key switches and signals : Membrane, Mechanical,
Rubber dome, Capacitive and interface
4.2 Mouse : Mechancial, Optomechanical, optical (New design)-principle of
operation and installation
4.3 Scanner : Flat bed, sheetfed, Handheld : Block diagram and
specifications, OCR, TWAIN, Resolution, Interpolation
4.4 Modem : Internal and External : Block diagram and specifications
4.5 Printer : Dot matrix, Inkjet, Laser : Block diagram and specifactions, self test of
printer, interface requirements. Use of tonner and ink crtridge
4.6 Plotter: Types, functional principle, capabilities, resolution and installation
4.7 PORT: Serial Port: Features, Signals, Connector specification Parallel Port:

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Features, Signals, Connector specification Game Port: Features Connector
specification

4.8 U.S.B.: Features Specification..


33

TOTAL

Contents Practical
Skills to be developed: On satisfactory completion of the course, the students should be in a position to design few
fundamental networks.
Intellectual Skills:


Understanding basic hardware of computer

Fault finding of input/output devices

Troubleshooting of input/output devices

Proper connection of input / output devices

Motor Skill:


Proper handling of Computer hardware System.


List of Practical: Any EIGHT( including MINI PROJECT)
Suggested List of Laboratory Experiments

Sl. No.

Write assembly language programs:

1.

Drawing the motherboard layout of Pentium IV and studying the chipset through data books or Internet.

2.

CMOS setup

3.

Hard Disk Partitioning.

4.

Study of HDD: Identify various components of HDD and write their functions.

5.

Study and installation of any one display cards: VGA or SVGA display cards.

6.

Installation of Scanner, Printers and Modems.


Mini Project
Examination scheme (Theoretical):

A). Internal Examination: Marks- 10


B). End Semester Examination: Marks-35

C)

Teachers Assessment: Marks- 5


(i) Marks on Attendance
(ii) Assignments & Interaction

Group

Unit

Objective questions

Total

Note: 6 multiple choice and 4 short answer type questions


To be set Multiple Choice

To be answered

( Ten questions)
A

1,2

3,4

6
To be set short answer type

1,2

3,4

Group

Unit

Any six
To be answered

1
Marks

6X1=6
per

Any four

4x1=4

Subjective Questions
To be set

1,2

per

question

To be answered

( Ten questions)
A

Marks
question

( Eight questions)
A

Marks

Total
Marks

per

Marks

question
Any five ( Taking at least

5 X 5 = 25

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3,4

two from each group)

Note 1 : Teachers assessment will be based on performance on given assignments & quizzes.
Note 2 : Assignments may be given on all the topics covered on the syllabus.
Sl. No.

Name of the Author

1.

Vikash Gupta

2.

Bre nne r

Title of the Book


Comdex

hardware

Name of the Publisher


and

Dreamtech press

Networking Course Kit


IBM PC troubleshooting &

BP B

repair guide
3.

R. Gilster

PC Hardware a Beginner s

Tata McGraw-Hill

4.

Govindrajalu

IBM PC Clone

Tata McGraw Hill

5.

Norton

Peter Nortons Problem

Prentice Hall of India

6.

Subhodeep Chowdhury

A to Z of PC Hardware

Dhanpat Rai & Co

7.

Thompson and Thompson

Guide

Maintenance
PC Hardware in a Nutshell

Shroff Pub. & Distrib. Pvt.


Ltd.

8.

Mark Minasy

Complete PC Upgrade and

BP B

Maintenance Guide
9.

Biglows

Troubleshooting, maintaining

Tata McGraw-Hill

and repairing PCs


10.

Mueller

Upgrading and repairing PC


EXAMINATION

Tata McGraw Hill

S C H E M E (SESSIONAL)

Name of Subject: Computer Hardware Maintenance Laboratory-1

Full Marks-50

Subject Code: ETCE/ LCHM 1/S5


1. Continuous Internal Assessment of 25 marks is to be carried out by the teachers throughout the Fifth Semester. Distribution
of marks: Performance of Job 15, Notebook 10.
2. External Assessment of 50 marks shall be held at the end of the Fifth Semester on the entire syllabus. One experiment per
student from any one of the above is to be performed. Experiment is to be set by lottery system. Distribution of marks: On spot job
15, Viva-voce 10.
Name of the course: Industrial Project & Entrepreneurship Development
Course Code: ETCE/ IPED /S5

Semester: Sixth

Duration: One Semester (Teaching - 15 weeks +

Maximum Marks: 100 Marks

Internal Exam-2 weeks )


Teaching Scheme:

Examination Scheme

Theory: 1Contact hrs./ week


Tutorial: nil

Teachers Assessment (Attendance, Assignment & interaction):

Practical: 2 contact hours/ week

Internal Practical Exam : 50 and External Practical Exam: 50

Credit: 3 ( Three )
Rationale:

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To Understand Market Assessment

To Identify entrepreneurship creativity and opportunities

To improve students skill to prepare report for business venture

Objectives:
The student will be able to:


Identify entrepreneurship opportunity.

Acquire entrepreneurial values and attitude.

Use the information to prepare project report for business venture

Develop awareness about enterprise management.


Content Theory (Name of topic)

Periods

Group-A
Unit 1

Entrepreneurship, Creativity & Opportunities


1.1)

Concept, Classification & Characteristics of Entrepreneur

1.2)

Creativity and Risk taking.

1.2.1) Concept of Creativity & Qualities of Creative person.


1.2.2) Risk Situation, Types of risk & risk takers.
1.3) Business Reforms.
1.3.1)

Process of Liberalization.

1.3.2)

Reform Policies.

1.3.3)

Impact of Liberalization.

1.3.4)

Emerging high growth areas.

1.4) Business Idea- Methods and techniques to generate business idea.


1.5) Transforming Ideas in to opportunities transformation involves Assessment of idea
Feasibility of opportunity
1.6) SWOT Analysis
Unit 2

Information And Support Systems


2.1) Information Needed and Their Sources.
Information related to project, Information related to support system,
Information related to procedures and formalities
2.2) SUPPORT SYSTEMS

Unit 3

2.2.1

Small Scale Business Planning, Requirements.

2.2.2

Govt. & Institutional Agencies, Formalities

2.2.3

Statutory Requirements and Agencies.

2.2.4

Support Institutions and their Roles


3

Market Assesment
3.1) Marketing -Concept and Importance
3.2) Market Identification, Survey Key components
3.3) Market Assessment
Group B

Unit 4

Business Finance & Accounts


Business Finance
4.1) Cost of Project

Sources of Finance

Marks

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Assessment of working capital

Product costing

Profitability

Break Even Analysis

Financial Ratios and Significance

Business Account
4.2) Accounting Principles, Methodology
1) Book Keeping
2) Financial Statements
3) Concept of Audit,
Unit 5

Business Plan & Project Report


5.1) Business plan steps involved from concept to commissioning- Activity Recourses,
Time, Cost
5.2) Project Report
1) Meaning and Importance
2) Components of project report/profile (Give list)
a)

Project Summary (One page summary of entire project )

b) Introduction (Promoters, Market Scope/ requirement)


c)

Project Concept & Product (Details of product)

d) Promoters (Details of all Promoters- Qualifications, Experience, Financial


strength)
e)

Manufacturing Process & Technology

f)

Plant & Machinery Required

g)

Location & Infrastructure required

h) Manpower ( Skilled, unskilled )


i)

Raw materials, Consumables & Utilities

j)

Working Capital Requirement (Assumptions, requirements)

k)

Market ( Survey, Demand & Supply )

l)

Cost of Project, Source of Finance

m) Projected Profitability & Break Even Analysis


n) Conclusion.
5.3) Project Appraisal
a)

Meaning and definition

b) Technical, Economic feasibility


c)
Unit 6

Cost benefit Analysis


8

Enterprise Management And Modern Trends


6.1) Enterprise Management:
1) Essential roles of Entrepreneur in managing enterprise
2) Product Cycle: Concept And Importance
3) Probable Causes Of Sickness
4) Quality Assurance : Importance of Quality, Importance of
6.2) E-Commerce:
Concept and process
6.3) Global Entrepreneur

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16
Contents Practical

Skills to be developed: On satisfactory completion of the course, the students should be in a position to design few
fundamental networks.
Intellectual Skills
Motor Skill
Suggested List of Laboratory Experiments
Students will take up project work on Electronics and its different applications and the work will be suggested
by the department faculty members.
EXAMINATION

S C H E M E (SESSIONAL)

Name of Subject: Industrial Project and Entrepreneurship

Full Marks-100

Subject Code: ETCE/ LIPE /S5


1. Continuous Internal Assessment of 50 marks is to be carried out by the teachers throughout the Fifth Semester.
Distribution of marks: Performance of Job 25, Project Report 25
2. External Assessment of 50 marks shall be held at the end of the Fifth Semester on the entire syllabus. Marks will be
awarded on the basis of their Project Work and overall knowledge of the subject

Sr. No

Assignments

Assess yourself-are you are entrepreneur?

Prepare project report and study its feasibility.

Sr.No
1.

Author
Alpana Trehan

J.S. Saini, B.S.Rathore

E. Gorden, K.Natrajan

Entrepreneurship

Dreamtech

Prepared by Colombo Plan Staff


College for Technician Education.
J.B.Patel, D.G.Allampally

Entrepreneurship
Entrepreneurship Development

Himalaya Publishing.

Entrepreneurship Development

Tata McGraw Hill

A Manual on How to Prepare a


Project Report

J.B.Patel, S.S.Modi

Manual

Opportunity

on

Business

Identification

&

Derectory

of

Selection
S.B.Sareen, H. Anil Kumar

Entrepreneur

Motivator

&

Resource Persons.
New
7

Gautam Jain, ,Debmuni Gupta

P.C.Jain

Initiatives

Entrepreneurship
A

EDI STUDY MATERIAL


Ahmadabad (Near Village
Bhat , Via Ahmadabad Airport
& Indira Bridge), P.O. Bhat

Handbook

Enterpreneurs

P.H. (079) 3969163, 3969153


E-mail

ediindia@sancharnet.in/olpe@e
in

Education

diindia.org

&
Website

Training
8

Kogent

382428 , Gujrat,India

National
6

press/

Wheeler Publisher, New Delhi

Theory and Practice

A
5

Publisher

Learning solutions

Name Of Book

of

New

http://www.ediindia.org

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D.N.Awasthi, Jose Sebeastian

10

V.G.Patel

Evaluation of Enterpreneurship
Development Programmes
The Seven Business Crisis &
How to Beat Them.

Video Cassettes
Sr. No.

Subject

Source

Five success Stories of First Generation

EDI STUDY MATERIAL

Entrepreneurs

Ahmadabad (Near Village Bhat , Via Ahmadabad Airport

Assessing Entrepreneurial Competencies

& Indira Bridge), P.O. Bhat 382428 , Gujrat,India

Business Opportunity Selection and

P.H. (079) 3969163, 3969153

Guidance

E-mail : ediindia@sancharnet.in/olpe@ediindia.org

Planning for completion & Growth

Website : http://www.ediindia.org

Problem solving-An Entrepreneur skill

Name of the course: Professional Practice-III


Semester: Fifth

Course Code: ETCE/PP-III/S5


Duration: 17 weeks (Teaching-15 weeks +

Internal Exam-2

Maximum Marks: 50

weeks )
Teaching Scheme:

Examination Scheme :

Theory:

Internal Teachers Assessment: 50 Marks

Tutorial:
Practical: 3 contact hours/ week

End Semester Examination: Nil

Credit: 2
Rationale:
In addition to exposure both in theoretical and practical from an academic institution, it is desired that student
should be familiar with the present day industry working environment and understand the emerging technologies used in
these organisation. Due to globalization and competition in the industrial and service sectors, acquiring overall
knowledge will give student better opportunity for placement facility and best fit in their new working environment.
In the process of selection, normal practice adopted is to see general confidence, positive attitude and ability to
communicate, in addition to basic technological concepts.
The purpose of introducing professional practices is to provide opportunity to students to undergo activities
which will enable them to develop confidence. Industrial visits, expert lectures, seminars on technical topics and group
discussion are planned in a semester so that there will be increased participation of students in learning process.
Objectives:
The student will be able toStudent will be able to:
1.

Acquire information from different sources.

2.

Enhance creative skills

3.

Prepare notes for given topic.

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Structured industrial visits shall be arranged and report of the same should be submitted by
the individual student, to form a part of the term work.
Following are the suggested type of Industries/ Fields (Any three visits)
1.
01

4.

Data Acquisition System

2.

Sugar Mill, Paper Mill, Cement Industry

3.

Satellite Earth Station

4.

Railway Station Control Room

5.

Digital RPM Meter Manufacturing Unit

6.

Industry where Digital Drives are used

7.

Digital Counters

12

Present given topic in a seminar.

5.

Interact with peers to share thoughts.

6.

Develop capability of working in UNIX operating environment

7.

Understand Open Source Software- SCILAB is a perfect substitute for MATLAB, for numerical

computations.
8.

Understand application of technologies in industry scenario.

9.

Prepare a report on industrial visit, expert lecture.

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The Guest Lecture/s from field/ industry experts, professionals to be arranged (2 Hrs),
minimum 3 nos. Chose any three from the following or alike topics. Students should submit a
brief report on the guest lecture as part of Term Work
a.

Operating System UNIX an Overview: Hands-on demonstration of Linux (ubuntu)


Open Source operating system software, its installation , different features, use of its
different components and its equivalency with windows operating system

b. Introduction to MATLAB & ITS Open Source Equivalent SCILAB and hands on
demonstration:
1.
02

Introduction and Installation Of MATLAB & SCILAB and Vector Operations

2.

Matrix Operations and Scripts and functions

3.

Conditional Branching and Iterations and Plotting in Scilab

4.

SBHS and Introduction to X-Cos in Scilab

c.

Peripheral Devices

d.

Blue Tooth Technology

e.

Energy Crisis and Alternative Energy Sources

f.

Digital Invertors

g.

Laptop & Tablet Repair

h.

Total Quality Management

i.

Six Sigma

Information Search ,data collection and


1.
03

12

writing a report on the topic

Wireless Communication 2G GSM

2.

CDMA

3.

GPS

4.

Manufacturing process of ICs

5.

WLL Technology

Group Discussion:
04

The students should discuss in group of six to eight students and write a brief report on the same

as a part of term work. The topic of group discussions may be selected by the faculty members.
Seminar :
05

Seminar topic should be related to the subjects of fifth semester Each student shall submit a report
of 5 to10 pages and deliver a seminar (Presentation time 10 minutes)

8
Total

48

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